Entrance Hall, West Wall, Royal Pavilion, Brighton
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|Caption||Elevation of a wall, with a painted decoration of a series of panels giving the illusion of window openings with a cloudy sky behind them. A dado of lattice work, with sky behind it. Upper section of wall with painted decoration in marbleized border. Section of ceiling with painted sky is shown above. Made in: England. Date: 1800s. Record ID: chndm_1948-40-37.|
|Creator||Frederick Crace, designer, English (1779–1859)|
|Artwork medium||Brush and watercolor, pen and ink on paper|
|Credit||Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum|
|Entrance Hall West Wall Royal Pavilion Brighton Elevation wall painted decoration series panels giving illusion window openings cloudy sky Architecture Frederick Crace|
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|YCH000145-001||3,492 x 2,945 pixels||17|
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